Definition of Starkened
1. starken [v] - See also: starken
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Literary usage of Starkened
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Plain and Literal Translation of the Arabian Nights Entertainments: Now by Richard Francis Burton, Kama̜ Shastra society, Benares (1885)
"... and prostration and prayer, till day departed and night darkened and starkened, when Naomi said to her, " O my mother, rest thy legs and feet awhile. ..."
2. The Book of the Thousand Nights and a Night by Richard Francis Burton, Leonard Charles Smithers (1894)
"... curtains of gloom would be drawn by the hand of Night ; and they ceased not to battle with swords and to smite till light darkened and murk starkened. ..."
3. Carol and Cadence: New Poems: MDCCCCII-MDCCCCVII. by John Payne (1908)
"... by the midnight starkened, When but the helmsman and the sailors hearkened, Who on the deck with him kept watch and ward, Rending the silence and the ..."